Add One More to The #ClintonBodyCount Here’s the Latest Victim of “Suicide”
(Tea Party 247) – According to an explosive report from True Pundit, an FBI agent who was said to have taken his own life last year was in fact involved in uncovering a massive Clinton foundation money-laundering scheme that was allegedly funneling billions out of the US Treasury.
FBI Special Agent Sal Cincinelli was found dead at the Container Bar in Austin, Texas “with at least one gunshot wound” in July 2019. He had left a career on Wall Street to join the FBI and fight crime within the corrupt financial industry.
True Pundit’s Thomas Paine, aka Mike Moore, revealed on his podcast that Cincinelli may have lost his life, like so many seem to do, as a result of his work investigating the Clinton crime cabal.
“So we’re finding that deceased top FBI Special Agent Sal Cincinelli was a member of a team that was investigating the Clinton Foundation and had witnessed and investigated the fact that large amounts of money were being moved by Hillary Clinton through the Clinton Foundation, coming in coming out, that trace back to the State Dept. during the time that she was Secretary of State,” Moore said on his podcast.
“This is the first time or the first proof that anybody has that she was actually taking money from public money from the State Dept. while she was Secretary of State and moving it around to her cronies linked to the Clinton Foundation, the Clinton cartel and Cincinelli was part of the FBI who was looking into this,” he continued. “And incredibly, this has been on the desk of Attorney General William Barr who hasn’t done anything with it.”
The allegations, a source which spoke to True Pundit confirmed, are that billions in taxpayer dollars were taken out of the US Treasury and placed into the Clinton Administration coffers.
“We are talking about billions of dollars that were stolen, siphoned, funneled,” a top-level federal source said. “Not millions. Billions. It’s absolutely massive and other members of the Obama administration are involved.”
Moore said that this situation speaks to the broader Deep State crime cabal.
“You look at the size of this corruption and realize why Hillary warehoused all her State Dept. emails on a private server and destroyed thousands upon thousands of emails so that no one could get a look at the side deals,” Moore said.
Earlier this month, the DC Clothesline reported that former member of the Texas militia group that embarrassed many powerful members of the establishment, was also recently found dead:
No matter what his followers thought, the FBI considered him a domestic terrorist with violent tendencies. This argument was presented during his 2015 trial: “Defendant Massey is a man who calls upon God to end the lives of the innocent to gratify his anger,” Assistant U.S. Attorney William Hagen wrote in 2015 in his unsuccessful attempt to seek a tougher prison term for Massey. “Defendant has called upon those who may share his misguided and misinformed views to take up arms in resistance against civilized laws enacted to protect the public.”
Painted as a dangerous fugitive and fearful of capture, imprisonment, or worse, Massey moved around the State of Texas often. As far as anyone knows (his wife refuses to comment), he was never suicidal. So how did his body end up in a small grove of trees outside Willis Point, Texas, with a single gunshot wound to the head?
Massey was 53 years old when he died—however he died. He had embarrassed and made some powerful enemies. He had no suicide attempts in prison, at least none on record. His courage in standing up to the President and senior law enforcement officials, and his efforts to secure a very dangerous region of the Texas-Mexico border doesn’t paint a picture of depression and helplessness which normally accompany suicide.
So, which is it, suicide or do we just add his death to a growing list of people who stood up to the Deep State?